If you’re a fan of football videogames you'll know Konami’s eFootball PES 2020 is out. And now we have some new Guinness World Records (GWR) titles for you to test your skills on.
The latest instalment of the popular Pro Evolution Soccer series is the only place for fans to play as Cristiano Ronaldo’s Juventus, while the game also features the likes of FC Barcelona, Manchester United and Bayern Munich.
GWR receives thousands of record applications every year including those for gaming records.
So, to make things easier we have worked with Konami to produce three brand new PES 2020 records for you.
Highest margin of victory against the CPU in a single match of eFootball PES 2020 on Legend difficulty
First up is a solo challenge where in a single match you are tasked with scoring the most goals possible against the CPU on 'Legend' difficulty. The twist here is that if you pick the best team to play as, the CPU must be them as well. So, if you pick Juventus to ensure you can have Cristiano Ronaldo on your side, remember CPU gets CR7 too.
Highest margin of victory against the CPU in a single match of eFootball PES 2020 on Legend difficulty (team of two)
If you have football fan for a friend, why not invite them over and try the team of two version of the record title from above. The minimum will be a bit higher because they say that two headers are better than one.
Fastest time to score five goals in a three on eleven scenario in eFootball PES 2020
Can you, controlling a team of only three, against a CPU team of a full eleven, score five goals? If the answer is “maybe, if I had enough time”, you may need to practice your attacking game. This final record title is all about speed and skill, which you will need plenty of if you are going to be able to jink and weave around a vastly outnumbering opposition set on 'Super Star' difficulty to get five goals quicker than anybody else.
If you feel up for any or all of these challenges, then apply to receive the full guidelines and information on what you will need to submit as evidence.